Many of my friends have posted this picture of a warning label on a doormat on Facebook and tagged me in it because they know I love wacky warnings. This one definitely qualifies as wacky, but intentionally so. All of the comments mention how hilarious it is.
Campaigners against sugary drinks have opened a new front in California with a proposal to label the drinks with warnings about obesity, diabetes and tooth decay. If passed, it will set a precedent in the US and potentially transform public health policy, according to supporters. The problem was not just sodas, but sweet teas, sports drinks and energy drinks, he said.
This piece is part of a series on the 30th anniversary of the "porn rock" wars of Thirty years ago, parents breathed a sigh of relief and adolescent music fans felt a shiver of fear. The Parental Advisory label was born.
Was somebody trying to tell me something? Posted in Just Interesting Tags: beerhumorhumourjokejokesnew beer warning signswarningwarning signs of relapse. Ha ha!
In other words, to the right or wrong mindset, an invitation to watch. Sometimes works are deliberately made with this in mind when they're Rated "M" for Money. On UK videos, the content warnings used to be under the headings Language, Sex, Violence, Other, which with minor modifications became the title of a Stereophonics album.
The best way to kill a joke is to explain it. But for those who, even in our fake news-rich culture have trouble distinguishing reality from parody, Facebook is reportedly toying with the idea of a "satire" warning on content that lampoons the news of the day. Either that, or Mashable, which first reported the news of the proposed satire label, is totally having us on.
Everyone knows making friends as an adult is just as nerve-wracking as it was in middle school. AdultFriendFinder sounds like it should be the solution — but is it? Moving to a new city or working at a new job where you don't know anybody can seriously be depressing.
The point of this page is basically to have a landing spot with an easy address. A one-stop shopping point, if you will, of all content that relates to sex toy materials, their safety or dangers and the industry as it relates to this topic. We understand material nuances better as the years go on.
Parents worry that they don't know if a book is appropriate for their children. For an adult as well, finding a scene of extreme violence or sexual content in your book when you just wanted some light reading can be stressful and mean you wasted money on a book you don't want. The back cover isn't always that informative and less popular books might not have many reviews available.